Everything is Art.

Ask, suggest, comment. I'm open to anything   Submit your art   Art is hard. It takes perseverance and heartbreak.

Reader here. Drawing things, posting art, you know- the creative business. I generally take suggestions, submissions, or any ideas you guys come up with. But don't expect them in a timely matter, yes?

People who can't draw:Drawing is fucking hard
People who don't try at all:Drawing is fucking hard
Teachers:Drawing is fucking hard
Beginning artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Pro artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Famous artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Extremely famous artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Long gone, passed away artists who went down in history:Drawing is fucking hard
People who are upset an artist won't draw for them for free:Drawing is easy!
— 2 days ago with 108938 notes
#that last one tho 
ask-a-fallen-angel:

naturalshocks:

an-awoken-child-of-gallifrey:

naturalshocks:

chibicentra:

fantaasiatoidab:

naturalshocks:

my-name-is-serendipity:

cthulhu-with-a-fez:

nerd-in-the-tardis:

secretlymartinfreeman:

isaisanisa:

pinkbranches:

This is a drawing. 

This is a damn good drawing.


i hate talented people

HOW THE FUCK IS THIS A DRAWING!?!?!??!?!?!?


It a….a…..how…..how is this possible…..someone explain to me a thing

I just woke up, but let me explain you a thing.
This is a pencil.

This is paper.

And when you rub the first one against the second one this happens:



If I’m correct Satan is involved as well

Naturally.


Is that blood?

No, I summon Satan with strawberry jam.

I appreciate your delicious offerings.

ask-a-fallen-angel:

naturalshocks:

an-awoken-child-of-gallifrey:

naturalshocks:

chibicentra:

fantaasiatoidab:

naturalshocks:

my-name-is-serendipity:

cthulhu-with-a-fez:

nerd-in-the-tardis:

secretlymartinfreeman:

isaisanisa:

pinkbranches:

This is a drawing. 

This is a damn good drawing.

i hate talented people

HOW THE FUCK IS THIS A DRAWING!?!?!??!?!?!?

image

It a….a…..how…..how is this possible…..someone explain to me a thing

I just woke up, but let me explain you a thing.

This is a pencil.

image

This is paper.

image

And when you rub the first one against the second one this happens:

image

If I’m correct Satan is involved as well

Naturally.

image

Is that blood?

No, I summon Satan with strawberry jam.

I appreciate your delicious offerings.

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— 6 days ago with 65527 notes
Anonymous asked: Yesterday when you said that it took you 33 years to learn how to draw ,I was kind of pissed off by that answer because even though I know were joking it still sounds like you're saying that people who don't spend their whole lives drawing don't stand a chance. I get that you're saying learning takes a lifetime but it still made me feel pretty depressed at my own chances. If it takes you 33 years then what what business do I have even trying, you see what I'm saying?


Answer:

euclase:

Well, I was being a little facetious, but it’s not really a joke. If someone asks an ice skater how long it took them to get good, their answer might be, “My entire life.” That doesn’t mean you can’t start ice skating tomorrow and accomplish a lot in five years. It just means that skill isn’t measurable by a start and stop date to someone who’s been doing it forever.

I started drawing when I was a kid just like every other kid. I’m not a prodigy. I’m not a professional. I didn’t go to school. It’s a hobby, so I learn at my own pace without much of an infrastructure or outside source of discipline. Let’s be real; 33 years is a long time to get good at something. Most of my talented, professional artist friends are in their early 20s or even younger. Why is that? Maybe they had more discipline. Maybe they felt more passionately about making art their career. Or maybe we’re simply different people who all learn differently.

But we all love to draw, you know? I loved to draw when I was 15 as much as I loved to draw when I was 6, as much as I love it now at 33. It’s not that it took me 33 years to get good because drawing is a super elite skill that takes a lifetime to master—it’s that I’ve been drawing my whole life, and this happens to be where I am now. I’ll still be improving today and tomorrow and five years down the road.

We do things because we enjoy doing them, not because we want to wait around until we reach a certain level of skill where we can finally allow ourselves to enjoy doing them.

If you love drawing, then draw something TODAY. In five years, you’ll be able to say, “I’ve been drawing for five years.” In ten years, you’ll be able to say, “I’ve been drawing for ten years.” Just make sure that when you say how long, you can also say that you love it.

— 6 days ago with 618 notes
#euclase  #inspired 

intofluro:

Adam Martinakis (b.1972, Greece) Parallel Universe, 2013

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— 1 week ago with 27037 notes
poorlifechoicesblog:

poorlifechoicesblog:

humiliationsfree:


scribblymouse

this makes me think of a convo with a friend the other night about seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you (in this case i was talking about my relationship with my parents, mostly my mother.)

"seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you."

I still think about this all the time

poorlifechoicesblog:

poorlifechoicesblog:

humiliationsfree:

scribblymouse

this makes me think of a convo with a friend the other night about seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you (in this case i was talking about my relationship with my parents, mostly my mother.)

"seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you."

I still think about this all the time

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— 1 week ago with 18295 notes
#other peoples art  #comic 
I love you. Marry me, Rebecca!

No.

I love you. Marry me, Rebecca!

No.

— 1 week ago with 5 notes
#catbug  #bravest warriors  #art is hard  #rebecca 
Tried to make something cute when suddenly…

Tried to make something cute when suddenly…

— 1 week ago
#creepy  #rabbit  #thing?  #art is hard 
"The worst that being an artist could do to you would be that it would make you slightly unhappy constantly."
J.D. Salinger, De Daumier-Smith’s Blue Period (via molllyw0bbles)

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Inspired by T.S. Claire. [x]Go look at her work. She is gorgeous and I love her work. 

Inspired by T.S. Claire. [x]Go look at her work. She is gorgeous and I love her work. 

— 1 week ago with 3 notes
#T.S. Claire  #art is hard  #i shouldn't even compare myself to the beauty of her work  #skulls  #animal skulls  #painting  #polymer paint